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BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
URIC ACID IN MEAT
. CLOGS THE KIDNEYS
Take a Glass of Salts If Your Back
Hurts or Bladder
If you must have your ment every
day, ent It, but flush your kidneys with
salts occasionally, nays n noted au
thority who tells mm that meat forms
uric ncld which almost paralyr.es the
kldncyB In their efforts to expel It
from tho Mood. They become sIiir
glsh and weaken, then you suffer with
a dull misery In the kidney region,
sharp pains In the back or sick head
ache, dizziness, your stomach sours,
tongue Is coated and when the weather
Is had you have rheumatic twinges.
Tho urine pets cloudy, full of sedi
ment, the channels often get sore and
Irritated, ohllRlnR you to seek relief
two or three times during the night.
To neutralize these Irritating acids
to cleanse tho kidneys and tlush off
tho body's urinous waste get four
ounces of .Tad Salts from nny phar
macy here; take a tablespoonful In n
glass of water before breakfast for a
few days and your kidneys will then
act fine. This famous salts Is made
from tho acid of grapes and lemon
Juice, combined with 11 1 li In, and has
been used for generations to fluili
nnd stimulate sluggish kidneys, also
to neutralize the acids In urine, so it
no longer Irritates, thus ending bladder
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive; cannot tn
Jure, nnd makes n delightful efferves
cent llthla-water drink. Adv.
For Eastern All-Air Routes.
The government of India has sent
Jotters to various chambers of com
merce suggesting that they And a way
to maintain seven centers for aircraft.
The cities proposed are llomhay, Cal
cutta, Madras, Karachi, Delhi, Nag
pur and llangoon. The centers are
believed to bo sulllclont for all-air
routes In India and Durum.
OUT 0' LUCK
Never mind I Just take
Cascarets if Bilious,
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in .
Everyone must occasionally give to
tho bowels some regular help or else
iuffer from constipation, bilious at
tacks, stomach disorders and sick head
cbe. But do not whip the bowels into
activity with harsh cathartics.
, What tho liver and bowels need Is
& gentlo and natural tonic, one that
can constantly bo used without harm.
Tho gentlest liver nnd bowel tonic Is
','Cascarcts." They put tho liver to
work and cleanse the colon nnd bowels
of all wnste, toxins nnd poisons with
out griping -they never sicken or In
convenience you like Calomel, Salts,
Oil or Purgatives. ,
Twcnty-llvo million boxes of Cas
Cflrcts are sold each year. They work
yihlo you sleep. Cascarets cost so lit
tle too. Adv.
"Young Glgh'ts thinks he Is the big
gun around this place."
"That Is Just tho reason he Is going
to bo fired."
DON'T FEAR ASPIRIN
IF IT IS GENUINE
Look for name "Bayer" on tablets,
then you need never
To get genuine "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin" you must look for the safety
'Bayer Cross" on each package and
on each tablet.
The "Bayer Cross" means truo,
world-famous Aspirin, prescribed by
physicians for over eighteen years, and
proved safe by millions for Colds,
Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neu
ralgia, Lumbago, Neuritis, and for
Pain In general. Proper and safe di
rections aro In each uubroken "Bayer"
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost
'but a few cents. Druggists also sell
larger "Bayer" packages. Aspirin Is
the trade mark of Bayer Munufncturo
of Monoacetlcncldcster of Salicylic
"Why, you tail: as If
"He isn't. He's n tenor.
HEAD STUFFED FROM
CATARRH OR A COLD
ays Cream Applied In Nostrils Opens
Air Passages Right Up.
Instant relief no waiting. Your
clogged nostrils open right up; the air
passages of your head clear and you
can breutho freely. No more hawking,
enuQlng, blowing, hendnche, dryness.
No struggling for breath nt night;
your cold or catarrh disappears.
Get n small bottlo of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist now. Apply
a llttlo of this fragrant, antiseptic,
healing cream In your nostrils. It pen
etrates through every nlr passage of
tho bead, soothes the Inflamed or swol
len mucous membrane and relief comes
It's Just fine. Don't stay stuffed tip
with n cold or nasty catarrh. Adv.
One of the queer things about a man
Is tho way he thinks It Is Impossible
for any vorann not to admire him.
Mews of All Kinds Gathered From
Various Points Throughout
OF INTEREST TO ALL READERS
Fire fighters were greatly handi
capped by bllzzaidly weather and In
tense cold In combating Hustings' bit',
gest flro last Thursday. Buildings oc
cupied by the Barley Storage company
nnd the linger candy factory were
consumed, with their contents. The
total' loss, Including tho destruction
of household goods .stored by 200 fam
ilies, Is pinrcd nt botween $1275,000
Tho stato Board of Control has
abolished tho practice of contracting
with undertakers to bury Indigent
dead In the fifteen state Institutions.
The board has ordered the superin
tendents to rotate tho business among
all local undertakers willing to take
rare of the funerals nt a stipulated
Tho new state women's custodial
farm will he located across town at
York from tho I. O. O. 1 home. This
settles an nrgument presented by thu
I. O. O. R bends against a purchased
site next to their home. The former
site will be used by tho York Com-
Tho first consolidated school under
the new redlstrlctlng luw has been or
ganized at Nellgh. It embraces forty
sections or land. The children are
transported to school by trucks and
other vehicles. The school board of
Nellgh has supervision over tho new
district lintll a new bonrd of tho
whole district Is elected.
An example of profit made In Ne
braska land which should bring set
tlers to this stnto Is revealed In a deal
mnde last week by N. S. Snyder, own
er of -100 acres of land near Fremont.
Mr. Snyder bought the land fifteen
yenrs ago for Stfi.OOO. His net selling
price was $.).",f0() above tho purchase
Members of congress at Washington
are being besieged dally with com
plaints from Nebraska stock raisers,
because of failure to ratify tho peace
treaty, which has caused tho closing
of export trade and is resulting In
prices going down every day. Im
mediate relief Is demanded.
Mrs. Wllllnm Rector nnd her son,
Bnymond, died nt North Plntte with
in a few hours of each other. Ray
mond bnd been 111 with pneumonia and
when tho mother wns told ho could
not recover she suffered a pnralytlc
stroke and died In two hours. The
Bon died n fow hours later.
iThe Bight Rev. Kmcst Vincent
Shayler, Episcopal bishop of Nebras
ka, has accepted tho Invitation of the
regents of tho stato university nt Lin
coln, to deliver the bnccalaurato ser
mon June 0. The services will bo held
In St. Paul's church at Lincoln.
Two damage suits, each for SriO.OOO,
have been filed at Fremont ngalnst
tho railroad administration, one being
by a man whoso auto wus struck by
n U. P. train nt Ames, tho other by
relatives of a flagmnn killed nt n
crossing nt Fremont
Mothers of Wnhoo boy scouts were
entertained by tho youngsters at the
.scouts' new headquarters tho other
day. Wahoo scouts have their own
home and nro planning to raise garden
truck this summer on an extensive
Red Cloud city council has passed
an ordinance providing for the adding
of forty-live blocks to tho city's paved
districts. This will give tho city over
six miles of paved streets.
Emerson R. Purcell, publisher of the
Broken Bow Chief, wns elected presi
dent of tho Nebraska Press associa
tion nt tho recent meeting nt Lincoln.
It Is rumored In political circles at
Lincoln that Oovernor McKelvcy will
have no opposition for re-nomlnntlon
at the prlmnrics next month.
Work has begun on the new cnttle
bnrn to take tho place of the one de
stroyed by tiro last fall at the state
fair grounds at Lincoln.
Flro destroyed tho plant of the
Tlmcs-Trlhuno nt Beaver City. It Is
the oldest paper In southwestern Ne
braska. Two cases of encephalitis letharlgs
or "sleeping sickness" are being
trented in Omaha hospltnls.
The Wnr department at Washington
has turned over to Nebraska U."0 war
trucks for use In road building.
The board of education nt Harvard
voted to glvo all teachers a $!t0 bo
nus at tho end of tho school year.
Announcement has been made that
the Nebraska Economy campaign and
Fair Price commission have been
merged and tho stnto divided Into
three districts, Omnhn, Lincoln and
(Sruud Island divisions.
High railroad officials In Nebraskn
say that the return of tho roatls to
their former owners, nfter nearly two
years of government control, has so
far had no no'lceablo nffect In this
One-third of the farmers of Gage
county are In need of seed corn, re-'
Nebraska, with 1,003 stato banks,
stands fifth among all states of tho
country In tho number of such Institu
tions. It Is exceeded In number only
by Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota and
Decreaso In tho number of hog
cholera cases In Nebraska was more
apparent In 1011) than In any year
hIiico state and government authorities
have co-oporntod In fighting tho disease.
District Judge Pnlno, beforo whom
Alson B. Cole nnd Allen V. Grnmmer
were tried and sentenced to denth la
Howard county for tho murder of Mr.
Lulu Vogt, In denying n writ of
"coram nobis" a common Inw mo
tion for a new trlnl for Cole, declared
that the verdict of the Jury and tho
sentence of death Imposed on the men,
Is richly deserved and should be car
ried out as soon as possible. Tho ex
ecution of Cole and (Iraiumur has been
stayed until March IP.
At the state road Institute at Lin
coln Inst week It was shown that
there are seven grade crossings In
every four miles of railroad track In
Nebraska, of which about fi per cent
have some form of protection. There
are about SO.DOO miles of highways In
the state, -1,000 miles of which" aro
known as state highways, averaging
one crossing of a main track per thir
Nebraska was one of tho twenty
states which asked the Fnlted State
supreme court to dismiss the suit
brought by Rhode Island to nntest
the validity of national prohibition,
and, according to W. T. Thompson,
who was chairman of the Nebraska
dry federation when the state went
"dry" three years ago, tho action wa.i
Attorney Oeneral Davis has launch
ed a campaign to prevent the sale in
Nebraska for beveiage purposes oi
patent medicines, proprietory reme
dies, perfumes and drugs of high al
coholic content. All county attorneys
In the stato have been called upon to
aid in the movement.
II. M. d'aylor, deputy federal com
missioner of Internal rexcuue In
charge of prohibition, shattered hopes
of tho thirsty in Nebraska when ho
declared at Omaha that stato laws,
which prohibit the sale of Intoxicating
liquor, supersede federal laws.
O. W. Lnugley, charged with the
murder of Justice Chris Pfelffer of
Cortland, August 18, 101!), was found
guilty of murder In the second degree
by a Jury In the district court at
Beatrice. Tho penalty Is from 10 to
DO years Imprisonment.
Frank Hughes, a farmer living nenr
Battle Creek, states that the installa
tion of a dralnngo system resulted In
the production of 80 bushels of com
an acre on n tract of land which until
two years ago never grew nnythlng
Oil has been found on the farm of
James Martin, nenr Pressor, Adams
county, nccordlng to reports. Two
Texas oil inen'nre nt Prosper looking
over the ground, but hnve not report
ed their findings.
Outsldo of tho hampering of train
service and the suffering somowhnt of
livestock, the cold snnp and blizzard
which gripped the entire state last
Thursday nnd Friday, caused no me
Petitions with 2CS signatures, In
cluding two women, have been pre
sented the city council nt Aurora re
questing nuthorlty for Sunday motion
A movement has been Inunched at
Lincoln to organize a $2."0,000 corpora
tion to build homes and sell them at
cost. It Is stated the city Is Bhort
McCook Is stepping lively toward
tho metropolitan typo of city, tho
latest move being tho acquisition of a
paid secrotary for the commercial
A Lincoln grain exchnnge has organ
ized In nn effort to mnko the city n pri
mary grain market. Tho exchange will
open within a few days.
Dorothy Lee Morchead, only daugh
ter of former Governor nnd Mrs. J. 11.
Morchead, died nt Falls City of dou
Rnllrnad heads In Nebraska havo
nnnounced that lmmodlntc steps will
bo taken to relieve the freight car
Nebraskn farmers suffer .55,000,000
loss annually from rats and Insects,
nccordlng to flio college of agriculture
Fire destroyed tho Scbmoeller nnd
Mueller plnno factory nt Omahn, caus
ing a loss of a half million dollars or
A weekly clnss In Americanization
for tho benefit of foreigners who wish
to become citizens of the United
Stntes Is being held nt Geneva.
Figures compiled by reliable sourco
show that on January 1 of this year
there wero 18l),ar0 automobiles, Includ
ing trucks, In uso In Nebraska.
Saunders' county hog raisers havo
perfected preliminary plans for a
The spring recess of tho University
of Nebraska will extend from March
;u 10 April (.
A government survey shows tlint
ther aro 2,739 Nebraska farmers using
auto trucks und that this stnto Is third
In the union, population considered, In
tho number of trucks on farms.
Farm laborers In Nebraska are ask
ing $100 a mouth with board and room
at tho present time. This Is almost
twenty per cent higher wages than
was paid last year.
Andrew M. Morrlssey, chief Justlco
of tho Nebraska supremo court, has
tiled with the secretary of stato for
renomlnatlon to tho office of chief
At a community gathering nt
Wabash, Cass county, $100 was raised
to assist destitute families In Armenia.
Sixty-three years ago tho first of
March Nebraska was made a state by
presidential proclamation. Many of
the schools throughout tho state cel
ebrated tho occasion.
Work Is expected to begin shortly
on tho $100,000 memorial auditorium
nt Kearney. Tho building Is to be ono
of tho finest In tho state. It will ha
used by tho American legion members
of Buffnlo county and by kindred organizations.
Lincoln. All sorts
being made around
of guesses are
chamber as to how long the conven
tion will continue In session. Tho
guesses range from five days to two
weeks, and ono guess appears to bo
as good as another. At the beginning
of this week only five proposals re
mained on tho genernl file to be con
sidered the first time In committee of
the whole. In addition to the llvn
proposals, which mny get to second
rending there aro three or four others
still remaining for passogo on second
rending. This much of the work can
probably be disposed of In short or-
,der. However, all the proposals which '
bave been passed and those few still
to be passed, approximately forty,
which have been referred to tho
phraseology committee, will again
havo to run the gauntlet in couunltteo
of the whole.
Tho convention ndopted Proposal
120, declaring water for Irrigation and
domestic use to bo a natural want,
and declaring tho water of every
natural strain for those purposes. It
provides tho right to divert such
Streams for the public ue, priority of
appropriation being given the better
right, but when tho water of any na
tural stream Is not sulllclent for tho
use of all desiring It then preferenco
shall be given to domestic purposes.
Those using the water for agricultural
purposes shall havo preferenco over
those using It for manufacturing pur
poses. Proposal No. 82, which provided that
all fines, penalties and license money
collected by the gamo and fish depart
ments bo used for thnt department In
stead of going to the genernl fund,
was defeat eil by a voto of .'" to .1G.
For the first time tho "call of the
house" wns Invoked In nn attempt to
get the necessary fifty-one votes, but
the call wos raised when It was found
many members were not even In Lin
coln. Tho convention in committee of the
whole adopted Proposal !124. which
will allow the legislature to detormlno
n minimum school year for districts in
certain localities and thus participate
In the regular apportionment of school
funds. The present constitution pro
hibits school districts from participat
ing "for the year in which school 1
Tho convention assembled last Wed
nesday after a recess of several days.
There Is little talk of an extended
recess of the convention. Members
who belong to the farming fraternity
as well as lawyer members nro nearly
all In favor of completing the work of
tho convention without further delay,
A proposal providing n stato board
of pardons, composed of tho governor,
attorney general and secretary of
state, was adopted by the convention.
A proposal embodying n clause cover
ing the election of state university re
gents by congressional districts was
The convention adopted n proposal
'providing that the state railway com
mission shall havo Jurisdiction over no
public utility other than public car
riers, including street car companies,
telephono companies, etc. Gas, olec
trlct light and power nnd water con
corns nro left under local control.
Tho lndurlul relations and miscel
laneous subjects committees, has rec
ommended the Indeflnlto postponement
of Proposal 1120, which provided for on
Industrial commission nnd Industrial
,court, nnd Proposal !Xl, providing fo
n state trade commission.
Proposnl 2S0, ndopted In rommlttoo
of tho whole, provides that all foreign
public utility corporations doing busi
ness In this stnte will in tho future bo
compelled to become a body corporate
,In this stnte, including those now
Proposal :i2(), providing thnf tho
English lnnguago Is to be the official
.language for nil public records, and
for tho teaching of common school
branches In public, prlvnto nnd pa
rochial schools, passed by n voto o
77 to 0.
Tho convention In committee of tho
whole ndopted Proposal 111, by How
ard of Douglas, which gives tho legis
lature power to creato a minimum
wngo for women nnd child lnbor, and
regulato tnelr hours of labor.
A proposal raising tho limit of stnto
indebtedness from $100,000 to $r00,000
nnd one designating English as tho of
ficial language of tho stato received
tho convention's O. K.
Proposal 78, providing for n com
pulsory workmen's compensation fund
to bo administered by tho stnto and
chargeablo to tho Industries, wns
killed In commit teo of tho wholo.
Tho members nro worrying along
listening to orutory, good, bad and In
different, and beginning to look for
ward to tho time when, In tho words
of n former mombor of tho legislature,
they can "unhitch and go home."
Proposal .125 provides that the leg
Isluturo nor nny political division shall
rnot mako appropriations from public
(funds or grant lands or other property
to n sectarian or denominational
pchool or Institution thnt Is not under
the supervision of the stnte, was
ipasscd, 75 to 0.
IMMOVED tfflirOIH IlfTEINATIOIfU
Hy KUV. l. 11. KITZW.lTEtt, u. d.,
Teacher of HiicIIbIi tllble In the Moody
lilblo Institute ot ChlcitKO.)
(Copyright. 1910, Wrulrrn Nwsppr Union)
LESSON FOR MARCH 21
JOHN'S PICTURE OF WORSHIP
LESSON TEXT-Rtv. TlO-17.
OtiLDlIN TEXT-Mi'sxliig, nnd glory,
mid wlxdoin, unci tliuiiksulvliiK, tind honor,
and power, ami mlk'lit be unto our Uod
for uver and over. Allien. Itev. 7:1'.'.
PRIMARY TOPIC - Tho Heavenly
JUNIOR TOPIC.-A ailmp.se of Heaven.
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC
A Vlnlon of the OlotlmiM Future.
YOUNO PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
I'ciiimncnt Mcitsagu of the Uoolt of
I. The Worshipers (vv. 0-11).
1. Who they are (vv. !. 11). (1)
Redeemed men (v. 0). They are main
ly (iontlies "of all nations, and
kindreds, and people, nnd tongues."
They are thoM to whom the "gospel
of the kingdom" has been preached
by converted Israelites (Matt., 21:1 1).
In the first part of chapter seven we
saw tied sealing his chosen ones from
Israel, They were sealed with the
seal of (led In their foreheads, which
doubtless means the supernatural en
dowment of the Holy Spirit on the
last days (Joel 2:28-2). While this
was partially fulfilled on the day of
Pentecost, Its larger realization Is
still future (Acts 2:1.1-21). This out
pouring Is for the equipment of the
Jews for their divinely ordained mis
sion, namely, to preach the gospel of
the kingdom to the whole world.
When (led sends forth the 14-1.000
Jews with the unction of the Holy
Spirit, the iuuuuicruhlc multitude
from nil nations will receive Christ,
the slain Lamb, for their redemption.
(2) All the angels (v. 11). These
angels Indorse this ascription of
praise offered by these redeemed men
by saying "Amen."
2. Whence came these redeemed?
(vv. l.'l. 14). They came out of the
great tribulation (v. 14). After the
rapture of the Church (I Thess. 4:1.'!
18). awful days of suffering and trial
shall come upon the world (II Thess.
2:7, 8). It Is the time of sorrow
when the nntl-Chrlst shall hold
sway; such days as were not before
nor shall be after. In which If not short
ened no Hob could be saved (Matt.
2:ir. 21. 22: of. Dan. 7:S; 0:20, 27).
:t. What they say (vv. 10. 12). (1)
Salvation to our Cod and the Lamb
(v. 10). They ascribe their salvation
to Cod through the sacrifice of the
Lamb, Jesus Christ. (2) "Blessing."
They acknowledge thnt all blessings
come from him. (.'!) "Olory." They
acknowledge him as the glorious one
and the one to whom all glory should
he given. (4) "Wisdom." He Is In
finitely wise and all wisdom comes
from him. (fi) "Thanksgiving," be
cause salvation was provided by him.
(0) "Honor." Their hearts went out
to him In high esteem. (7) "Power
and might." They recognized that all
power Inhered In him.
II. The Blessedness of the Worship
ers (vv. 1H-17).
1. They are before Cod's throne
(vv. 0. ir). They are In heaven and
nenr the throne of Cod. Jesus Christ.
Is now preparing mansions for those
who slmll go to heaven (John 1-1 :1-!.
2. Clothed with white robes (vv. !.
14).- Their white robes suggest their
character. They have been made such
in the blood of the Lamb. The only
way for a sinner to be made ready
for heaven Is through the blood of
.'I. They bear palm branches (v. 0).
The significance of the palm Is found
In the use that the Jews made of It
at the Eeast of Tabernacles, it was
a time of great 'oy, because It repre
sented the gathered harvest. The
bearers of the palm branches will ex
perience the blessedness of not only
being In heaven, but of enjoying re
wards fur their work on earth.
4. They serve Cod day anil night
(v. 1.1). Heaven Is not a place of
Idleness, or altogether of singing
Cod's praises, but a place where real,
vital service Is rendered to Cod ; In
deed, there are nobler fields of en
deavor awaiting us beyond this life.
This lire Is but a training school In
which we are mnde ready for service
In hem on.
!", Cod dwells among them (v. Ifi).
To get to heaven at all would be truly
Messed, but to be there nnd have Cod
to dwell among us will be wonderful.
0. Hunger no moro nor thirst (v. 10).
Here life Is one continuous round of
hungering and thirsting. In heaven
we shall neither hunger nor thirst,
for Jesus Christ, the Lamb, shall feed
us. The straits and necessities of life
will then be over.
7. Neither shall the sunlight or
heat come upon them (v. 17).
5. Cod shall wipe away all tears
from their eyes (v. 17).
This Day Only.
Knjny the blessings of tho day If
Cod sends them; and the evils bear
patiently and sweetly; for this dny
only Is ours; we are dead to yester
day, and not born to tomorrow.-
Greatest of All Cunning.
The greatest of all cunning Is to
seem blind to tho snares which we
know nro laid for us; men are never
so easily deceived as while they are
endeavoring to deceive others.
BEAUTY IN HAIR
.Girls! A mass of long,
thick, gleamy tresses
Let "Danderlne" save your hair nnd
double Its beauty. You can have lots
of long, thick, strong, lustrous hair.
Don't let It stny lifeless, thin, scrnggly
or fading. Bring back its color, vigor
(Jet n .'lo-cent bottle of delightful
"Danderlne" nt nny drug or toilet coun
ter to freshen your scalp; check dan
druff and falling hair. Your hair needs
this stimulating tonic; then Its life
color, brightness nnd abundance will
return Hurry l Adv.
Black Opals in Australia.
A find of black opal at Tlntebar,
near Balllna, New South Wales, has
caused much excitement at Melbourne,
reports Trade Commissioner A. WV
Ferrln. There has been a rush of up
plicnnts for miner's rights and per
mission to enter private lands. The
Melbourne Atre states that nearly a.
hundred claims have already been,
starts with a Cold
Kill the. Cold. At the firt
Standard cold remedy for 20 year
in laoiei lorra saic, iun, nv
opiates Drema up a com in t
,. nours relieve kih ' -
kl Money back It fall. The
Centime cox nas a ea
. lop vim nr. nu
At All Drag Set
Bright eyes, a clear skin and a body
full of youth and health may be
yours if you will keep your system.
In order by regularly taking
Th world's standard remedy for kidney,.
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles, the
nemlet of Hie and looks. In uso since.
1696. AH druggists, three sizes.
Leek for Ike name Cold Medal oa erety box
and accept act Imltatloa
will be white as the driven snow
when laundered if you use
Red Cross Ball Blue
It never streaks or spots the
clothes, nor does it injure the
most delicate fabric.
All food crocers sell itj 5 cents
FORD COUNTY, KANSAS
Delightful climate, year round.
Altitude 2,500 feet Cool, refresh
ing summer nights. Relief from,
hayfever nnd asthma. Water the
best, inexhaustible underflow.
Soil very deep silt loam. No
rocks, gravel, sand or gumbo.
Wheat, corn, oats, barley, milo
maize, kafir. Country developing
rapidly with modern towns, fine
schools and churches.
$40.00 PER ACRE
We arc reliable and do not
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